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  #11  
Old March 15th 04, 02:42 AM
Brenda
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"badwilson" wrote in message
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At 6 am while I was still sleeping, someone broke into my house. It was a
big man. No, it was a very big man. He stormed up the staircase,
thundering, shaking the walls. He stormed toward my bedroom as I cowered

in
fear under my blanket. He jumped on the bed and pinned me down with his
pointy feet and headbutted me with his furry head. Then he turned around
and stormed out of the room and back down the stairs. I could hear him
trampelling around downstairs in the living room before he came charging

up
the stairs again and into the bedroom. Again, I was pinned down by his
pointy feet and headbutted against my will. This was just unfair! I

should
open my eyes to get a look at the *******. Dare I? What have I got to
lose? Ok, I squinted and took a peek. Awww, who could be afraid of a

cute
little furry intruder with peachy fur and no tail???
--
Britta
Check out pictures of Vino at:
http://photos.yahoo.com/badwilson click on the Vino album


yikes, Britta - you had me worried for a few seconds there!
Brenda, who is often pinned down and head-butted mercilessly by a certain
black & white furry thing.


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Old March 15th 04, 04:01 AM
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"CATherine" wrote in message
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On Sun, 14 Mar 2004 10:16:09 +0700, "badwilson"
wrote:

At 6 am while I was still sleeping, someone broke into my house. It was

a
big man. No, it was a very big man. He stormed up the staircase,
thundering, shaking the walls. He stormed toward my bedroom as I cowered

in
fear under my blanket. He jumped on the bed and pinned me down with his
pointy feet and headbutted me with his furry head. Then he turned around
and stormed out of the room and back down the stairs. I could hear him
trampelling around downstairs in the living room before he came charging

up
the stairs again and into the bedroom. Again, I was pinned down by his
pointy feet and headbutted against my will. This was just unfair! I

should
open my eyes to get a look at the *******. Dare I? What have I got to
lose? Ok, I squinted and took a peek. Awww, who could be afraid of a

cute
little furry intruder with peachy fur and no tail???


Wakeup call!! With a cheerful, lively, loving companion like Vino, it
is a pleasure to get up and start the day.


Uuuuggghhh, not so early! I like to get up at 8:30. Any earlier and I run
out of stuff to do in the day and end up bored in the evening. Yeah, I
know...I could have worse problems ;-)
--
Britta
Check out pictures of Vino at:
http://photos.yahoo.com/badwilson click on the Vino album





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Old March 15th 04, 04:03 AM
badwilson
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"Kreisleriana" wrote in message
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On Sun, 14 Mar 2004 10:16:09 +0700, "badwilson"
yodeled:

(snip)

Just looked at Vino piccies. What a big round orange flufferbutt.


LOL, yeah, that just about sums him up! Although he can be amazingly long
and thin at times. A real shape shifter.
--
Britta
Check out pictures of Vino at:
http://photos.yahoo.com/badwilson click on the Vino album





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Old March 15th 04, 02:57 PM
Kreisleriana
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On Mon, 15 Mar 2004 10:03:03 +0700, "badwilson"
yodeled:


"Kreisleriana" wrote in message
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On Sun, 14 Mar 2004 10:16:09 +0700, "badwilson"
yodeled:

(snip)

Just looked at Vino piccies. What a big round orange flufferbutt.


LOL, yeah, that just about sums him up! Although he can be amazingly long
and thin at times. A real shape shifter.



Same with the Stink. He is a big round fuzzbucket a lot of the time,
but a few times a day he turns into one of those long, lithe nocturnal
type jungle animals with headlamp eyes.



Theresa
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Single-mindedness is all very well in cows or baboons; in an animal
claiming to belong to the same species as Shakespeare it is simply disgraceful.
(Aldous Huxley)
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Old March 15th 04, 06:52 PM
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"badwilson" wrote in message
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At 6 am while I was still sleeping, someone broke into my house.


Scarey, scarey, scarey, funny, funny, funny.

Charleen


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Old March 15th 04, 10:12 PM
Tanada
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badwilson wrote:
At 6 am while I was still sleeping, someone broke into my house. It was a
big man. No, it was a very big man. He stormed up the staircase,
thundering, shaking the walls. He stormed toward my bedroom as I cowered in
fear under my blanket. He jumped on the bed and pinned me down with his
pointy feet and headbutted me with his furry head. Then he turned around
and stormed out of the room and back down the stairs. I could hear him
trampelling around downstairs in the living room before he came charging up
the stairs again and into the bedroom. Again, I was pinned down by his
pointy feet and headbutted against my will. This was just unfair! I should
open my eyes to get a look at the *******. Dare I? What have I got to
lose? Ok, I squinted and took a peek. Awww, who could be afraid of a cute
little furry intruder with peachy fur and no tail???


You scared me for a moment. Then I realized who your intruder was, and
giggled.

Pam S. glad that you're all okay

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Old March 16th 04, 04:08 AM
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"Tanada" wrote in message
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badwilson wrote:
At 6 am while I was still sleeping, someone broke into my house. It was

a
big man. No, it was a very big man. He stormed up the staircase,
thundering, shaking the walls. He stormed toward my bedroom as I

cowered in
fear under my blanket. He jumped on the bed and pinned me down with his
pointy feet and headbutted me with his furry head. Then he turned

around
and stormed out of the room and back down the stairs. I could hear him
trampelling around downstairs in the living room before he came charging

up
the stairs again and into the bedroom. Again, I was pinned down by his
pointy feet and headbutted against my will. This was just unfair! I

should
open my eyes to get a look at the *******. Dare I? What have I got to
lose? Ok, I squinted and took a peek. Awww, who could be afraid of a

cute
little furry intruder with peachy fur and no tail???


You scared me for a moment. Then I realized who your intruder was, and
giggled.

Pam S. glad that you're all okay


I was actually scared for a moment when the racket woke me up. I thought:
"Sheesh, what's going on? Hope nobody broke in and is gonna come into my
bedroom. That would be embarrassing 'cause I'm naked. Maybe I should start
wearing pajamas at night? Nah, couldn't do it, too hot even with aircon.
Well, I sure hope it's not a break-in!"
Seriously, that was the first thought that entered my head. I was half
asleep I guess. Then I was quite relieved when it was Vino.
--
Britta
Check out pictures of Vino at:
http://photos.yahoo.com/badwilson click on the Vino album





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Old March 16th 04, 09:54 PM
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"badwilson" wrote:

I was actually scared for a moment when the racket woke me up. I thought:
"Sheesh, what's going on? Hope nobody broke in and is gonna come into my
bedroom. That would be embarrassing 'cause I'm naked. Maybe I should start
wearing pajamas at night? Nah, couldn't do it, too hot even with aircon.
Well, I sure hope it's not a break-in!"
Seriously, that was the first thought that entered my head. I was half
asleep I guess. Then I was quite relieved when it was Vino.


Do all cats run around "differently" when we're asleep? When I've
gone to bed, Betty's behavior suddenly changes. First, she becomes a
little bloodhound, and circles the bedroom, sniffing everything very
carefully. Then, she'll guard the bedroom door briefly, and sometimes
she'll start running all over the house for a few minutes, making
galloping sounds. She never gallops when I'm up!

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Old March 17th 04, 01:23 AM
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"Takayuki" wrote in message
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"badwilson" wrote:

I was actually scared for a moment when the racket woke me up. I

thought:
"Sheesh, what's going on? Hope nobody broke in and is gonna come into my
bedroom. That would be embarrassing 'cause I'm naked. Maybe I should

start
wearing pajamas at night? Nah, couldn't do it, too hot even with aircon.
Well, I sure hope it's not a break-in!"
Seriously, that was the first thought that entered my head. I was half
asleep I guess. Then I was quite relieved when it was Vino.


Do all cats run around "differently" when we're asleep? When I've
gone to bed, Betty's behavior suddenly changes. First, she becomes a
little bloodhound, and circles the bedroom, sniffing everything very
carefully. Then, she'll guard the bedroom door briefly, and sometimes
she'll start running all over the house for a few minutes, making
galloping sounds. She never gallops when I'm up!


Yes. At night they turn into guard cats, fierce protectors of their
sleeping hoomin. Also, nighttime is when greebling activity is at it's
highest. Guarding the hoomin becomes of utmost importance then. You are
lucky to have a cat. I don't know how you ever survived the night without
one ;-)
--
Britta
Check out pictures of Vino at:
http://photos.yahoo.com/badwilson click on the Vino album





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Old March 19th 04, 06:50 PM
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In message , badwilson
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"Takayuki" wrote in message
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Do all cats run around "differently" when we're asleep? When I've
gone to bed, Betty's behavior suddenly changes. First, she becomes a
little bloodhound, and circles the bedroom, sniffing everything very
carefully. Then, she'll guard the bedroom door briefly, and sometimes
she'll start running all over the house for a few minutes, making
galloping sounds. She never gallops when I'm up!


Yes. At night they turn into guard cats, fierce protectors of their
sleeping hoomin. Also, nighttime is when greebling activity is at it's
highest. Guarding the hoomin becomes of utmost importance then. You are
lucky to have a cat. I don't know how you ever survived the night without
one ;-)


To be honest, it sounds like Betty has her work cut out protecting you
from greeblings Tak. Perhaps she's trying to tell you she needs an
assistant?

(Ducks and runs away very fast indeed!)
--
Cathi
 




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